It seems that product branding has taken a turn for the minimalist aesthetic, and Plain T packaging has followed suit. With such clutter and confusion on the shelves of supermarkets, it's labels like these that are beginning to get attention as a moment of clarity amid chaos.
Designed by Aruliden, Plain T packaging takes on a simplistic look, true to the name of the brand. Marking the flavors by number and color, on each reusable bottle, box and bag of tea leaves, the brewed beverage's image is good enough to drink.
Plain T Packaging Reserves All the Frills for the Tea's Flavor
1. Minimalist Packaging - There is a trend towards minimalist packaging that offers consumers a moment of clarity amid the confusion of busy supermarket shelves.
2. Color and Number-based Branding - The use of color and number-based branding is a trend that is catching on and is particularly useful in minimalist packaging designs.
3. Reusability and Sustainability - There is a growing trend towards eco-friendly and reusable packaging that benefits the environment and appeals to consumers who are sustainability-conscious.
1. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can benefit from minimalist and sustainable packaging designs, which can help products stand out in a crowded market.
2. Retail - The retail industry can capitalize on the trend towards minimalist and reusable packaging, offering consumers a way to reduce their environmental impact while contributing to the brand’s image.
3. Design - The design industry can help brands create visually appealing, minimalist packaging that prioritizes simplicity and reusability without sacrificing functionality or aesthetic appeal.